20 May 1942 Mayme Spelman Becker

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20 May 1942
Mayme Spelman Becker - Valle, and Mrs. Radcliffe Meyers. Brodhead; two...
Valle, and Mrs. Radcliffe Meyers. Brodhead; two sons, Jacob, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, and John, De Forest; a brother, David, Monroe, and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 1 p. m. at the Shriner- Neushwander funeral home, and at 1:30 at St. John's Evangelical church, Rev. Paul C. Kehle officiating. officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery. Mrs. A. If. Sehirmacher, formerly of Lena Lena. TIL, May 20.—Word was re- where she had been a, patient for several years. Rites were held in the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Oakley, in Rockford, at 9 o'clock, and in St. Mary's church at Durand at 10. Burial was made in Durand cemetery. Mrs. Becker was born in Stephenson Stephenson county, July 2, 1876. her maiden name was Mayme Spelman. She lived at home on a farm near Davis. 111., until her marriage Oct. 4, 1899 to Walter Becker. Survivors are her husband: two daughters, Mrs. John Oakley, Rockford, Rockford, and Mrs. Harold McMahon. ceived of the death of Mrs. Maggie ; Pecatonica: two sons, Gerald \V. .. . ... <. . . , rr . Schi '- ma( : hR '-' "• "!'« .passed away ! Becker, of Rockford, and J. Le.and at her home in Ma .v 15. Mrs. Sehirmacher was born Sept. 24, 1854, three miles west of Lena, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Faribau.lt, Minn., j Becker, Pccatonica, and seven grandchildren. Mrs. William Green. Galpna Galena. III., May 20.—Funeral i services for Mrs. William Green it:-iu '• \n ir»na /il lc i nil ruror Qli a It- c-i i »-tfi \tt\r\ SPrVirPS THT Ivl re \V111 In m i* v«n« ' ^y her hSSidfA. £" ScSirmalE £« held' Zn T Micha"" two daughters. Mrs. Myrtle Wines. I Catholic church in Galena this n e i\*or,r,,v.,™i 0 wu- «^,i n/r™ mr_u_i mnrninp -Rnrlnl ojao n-iarfo (,-> r-.rwn. is 2 of Menomonie, Wis., and Mrs. Mabel Minor, Los Angeles, Calif., two sisters. Mrs. Fannie Sallee, of Rockford, Rockford, and Mrs. Lucy Miller, of Lena. Her parents, six brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. Interment Interment was made in the Faribault Burial park. L FUNERALS Joseph Wiemers Funeral services for the late morning. Burial was made in Greenwood Greenwood cemetery. Mrs. Green who passed away Sunday Sunday morning at Iowa City, la., was formerly Miss Katherine Thornton before she was married to William Green in 1907. She was born July 1, 1884 in Earlville, 111. Mrs. Green was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thornton, and one brother. She leaves three sisters, Mrs. Harry (Mary* Green, of Galena, Galena, Mrs. Oscar lAnni Green, of Galena, and Mrs. Carl i Alice) Joseph Wiemers will be held at the home, 942 South Arcade avenue at 9 o'clock Friday morning with a requiem requiem mass at St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9:30 o'clock. Rev. N. J. Berg will celebrate the mass and will be made in St. Jo- ' seph's cemetery. The Holy Name society will recite the rosary at the home at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night. home. Becker, of Chicago, and one brother, I Edward McNally Thornton, of Aus- i tin, Minn. WO AIRCRAFT CARRIERS, TWO MINE SWEEPERS TO BE LAUNCHEIMWER WEEK-END cie, Friends may call at, the William Heirlen Funeral services for t.he late William (Tommy) Heiden were held at, Walker mortuary at 2 o'clock j this afternoon. Rev. C. J. 3chuth, wasjPastor of Redeemer Lutheran Seattle, Mav~2oIT<U.Ri-The 13th! a naval district announced today Jhat I ™ two aircraft carriers and two mine for sweepers will be launched Friday | and Saturday in the Seattle-Tacoma bid district. ; The carriers—the U. S. S. Barnes i and the U. S. S. Altamaha — originally were designed as freight- ers but were released to the navy by the tery. by U. S. Maritime commission, j , . _. j S° clown the ways Friday at; made in City ceme- the Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding ! by corporation. j o f The 135-foot minesweepers—the; B. Y- M. S. 27 and the B. Y. M. S. 23 ! Joseph Krohmer Woodbine, 111., May 20.— Funeral services for Joseph Krohmer were i ^"*, il f_ be j. auache <^ Saturday at the • sat. held from the Vanderheyden funeral home at 1 o'clock on Tuesday after- held from the Vanderheyden "funeral ! I*",?," 1 Marine Railway and the ! 'Seattle Shipbuilding & Drydock noon with services at the Derinda Lutheran church at 2:00. Rev. William William Meinen had charge of the service, service, The casket bearers were John company yards. At Portland, Ore., the U. S. S. Catskill, a $12,500.000 cruiser-minelayer cruiser-minelayer and the largest, vessel ever built in the Columbia river district, j'and Chris Knauer. Burial was made ' in the Derinda cemetery. | Relatives from a distance who attended attended the funeral were: Mrs. Joseph Joseph Cain, of Sharpsburg, la., and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Larson, of lenox, la. Mrs. Elizabeth dimming*, Galena Galena. 111., May 20.—Funeral services services were held at, 8:30 Tuesday! morniiiR for Miss Elizabeth Cum- r.;lntjsi HI tne Purlong Chapel home and at 9:30 at St. Michael's Catholic church. Rev. J. T. Donohue offi- i ciated. The casket bearers were j Clarence Gronner. Edward Gunn, I William Flynn, Joseph Feeley,, | Charles Siscock and William Har- I vis, Jr. Burial was made in St. ; Michael's cemetery. Mrc. Mayme Becker Durand, 111., May 20.—Funeral i services were held today for Mrs. ' Mayme Becker, a resident, of Durand I | for 29 years, who died Monday of a : • lipart attack in the Elgin hospital' James C. McPherson, wife of a naval commander, yesterday and was launched at the Williamette Iron and Steel Corp. EXPECnVPBlTlMlfSTOCKS OF RETAILERS, WHOLESALERS Washington. May 20.—(/Pi—The War Production board is expected soon to limit t.he stocks of goods which may be held by retailers and wholesalers. Such a plan is definitely being considered by the board, informed persons said today, in order to assure assure an equitable supply of consumer consumer goods, despite wartime production production curtailments, for all merchants merchants and their customers. The action would cover a consumer consumer field an sweeping as the universal universal price ceiling which went into effect on all retail sales Monday: that Is, virtually everything that Americans wear, use or eat. Even broader Implications

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